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Small molecule

New synthetic methods to attain high structural and functional complexity

Description and applications

Development of new synthetic methods to attain high structural and functional complexity. These methods lie within the areas of organocatalysis, transition metal catalysis and, more recently, bio-hybrid catalysis. In addition to that, we are also interested in developing new drug-delivery devices by combining acoustics and microfluidics.

We can potentially provide interesting molecular scaffolds with a wide array of applications.

Publications

Bezagu M, Arseniyadis S, Cossy J et al. (2015) . A fast and switchable microfluidic mixer based on ultrasound-induced vaporization of perfluorocarbon.Lab Chip vol. 15, (9) 2025-2029.

Benedetti E, Duchemin N, Bethge L et al. (2015) . DNA-cellulose: an economical, fully recyclable and highly effective chiral biomaterial for asymmetric catalysis.Chem. Commun. vol. 51, (28) 6076-6079.

Barbeyron R, Benedetti E, Cossy J et al. (2014) . Recent developments in alkyne borylations.Tetrahedron vol. 70, (45) 8431-8452.

Bezagu M, Errico C, Chaulot-Talmon V et al. (2014) . High Spatiotemporal Control of Spontaneous Reactions Using Ultrasound-Triggered Composite Droplets.Journal of the American Chemical Society vol. 136, (20) 7205-7208.

Arseniyadis S, Fournier J, Thangavelu S et al. (2013) . Palladium-Catalyzed Allylic Alkylation of Allyl Dienol Carbonates: Reactivity, Regioselectivity, Enantioselectivity, and Synthetic Applications.Synlett vol. 24, (18) 2350-2364.

Keywords

natural products and analogs, heterocyclic scaffolds, small molecules

Dr Stellios Arseniyadis

Biological and Chemical Sciences

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